LiveJournal now has OpenID support. This is hardly surprising as it looks like Brad from LiveJournal created OpenID, but it looks a pretty cool idea. Basically, you could move easily from various blogging/journal service to another, and keep the same ID.
The neat thing with OpenID on LiveJournal is that it means you can trust people from outside of LJ to view your friends entries. Does this mean if I add OpenID to whythehell here, that I can read them without the need of an LJ account? Now that would be pretty cool…
I think I’ve lost my Oakley Sunglasses. They were in my bag at the Green Day gig last time I saw them.
Mind you, I can’t find the shorts I was wearing then either, so they might be together…
Wow. I saw them last night at Milton Keynes Bowl. 3rd time I’ve seen them, and they completely knocked my socks off. They just get better and better.
Well, this broadband malarky is mighty mighty fast. I downloaded the demo for Lego Star Wars earlier, a 203Mb file, in 20 minutes. Oh yes.
It’s been a mad few weeks of late – Kate doesn’t live in her house anymore, which has been very hard for her, rather unsurprisingly. We’ll sort her out though and it’ll all be grand.
Sin City was amazing, Bill Bailey and Rich Hall were hilarious. I had thought when I saw the schedule for Hay this year that there wasn’t much I wanted to see, but in the end it was actually better this year than last, which surprised me. Then there was the fun of finding the hidden Channel 4 logos, which we did find all of in the end.